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The expanding role of nurses in the community with Elizabeth Carlson, PhD, RN

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Today’s podcast interview with Doctor Elizabeth Carlson focuses on current trends and topics in the area of careers in nursing. In the next 30 minutes Doctor Carlson will talk to us about her career in nursing and healthcare and offer examples of opportunities in several nursing professions in demand today and in the years to come.

Topics covered in this 30-minute interview:

  • Introducing Elizabeth Carlson, PhD, RN – tell us about your career path
  • Current trends in health care and the nursing profession specifically
  • Identifying various nursing professions; what they can and cannot do
  • Pathways from one degree level to the next; planning a nursing career path

Dr. Elizabeth A. Carlson has held a variety of clinical and academic positions of leadership at Rush University Medical Center since 1976. Beginning as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in critical care, she served as Interim Chairperson of Medical Nursing, which is a joint clinical and academic leadership position, and is currently Professor and Chairperson, Department of Adult Health and Gerontological Nursing, Rush College of Nursing. Dr. Carlson was recognized as a 2014 Pinnacle Leader by the Power of Nursing Leadership. She served as Program Director for Systems Leadership Doctor of Nursing Practice from 2012 to 2014. She earned her bachelor of science in nursing degree from the University of Michigan in 1973, her master of science in nursing degree from the University of Alabama in Birmingham in 1977, and her PhD from Rush University in 1988.

For more information about this program, or about Michael V. Favia & Associates’ healthcare professional licensing work, please call (773) 631-4580

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